Recovery Network of Programs, Inc. (RNP), a non-profit social service provider organization in Connecticut, recently added two innovative programs—the Community Center for Integrated Health (CCIH) and the Community Response Initiative (CRI)—into its comprehensive network of care. The new programs are intended to expand access and provide essential physical, mental, and emotional support to individuals living in Fairfield County. As a comprehensive system providing critical treatment and support services to individuals living with mental health and addiction disorders, RNP’s new CCIH and CRI programs allow the organization to expand its reach and impact by providing essential services and care to both urban and suburban communities.
The CCIH is the new centralized hub of RNP, created to provide easy, seamless access to all of RNP’s 24 programs, as well as its partner agencies. CCIH collaborates with other organizations in the community, including The Child and Family Guidance Center, OPTIMUS Health Care, and Greater Bridgeport Community Mental Health Center, to deliver enhanced, integrated services to children, adults, and families.
The CRI marks an innovative collaboration between RNP and the Stamford Police Department to address the needs of individuals living with mental health and addiction disorders. RNP employs a licensed clinical social worker who works directly out of the police department. This partnership allows RNP to meet the behavioral health care needs of individuals within the Stamford community.
Non-profit RNP is a private social service provider organization that has been serving the Greater Bridgeport Community since 1972. In addition to launching two new programs, RNP recently rebranded to modernize and enhance its look and feel. The rebranding includes a new brand logo, and a website redesign to create a more purposeful digital experience for users and visitors. The organization serves Bridgeport and Fairfield County, Connecticut.
This was reported by Recovery Network of Programs, Inc. on April 26, 2021.
Contact information: Contact Information Stephanie Maiden, Executive Administrator to the Chief Executive Officer, Recovery Network of Programs, Inc., Administrative Office, 2 Trap Falls Road Suite 405, Shelton, CT 06484-4616; 203-929-1954; Website: http://recovery-programs.org